One for yesterday… 😉
Looking through my images to see what to post next, I found this one which I completely forgot about taking. Utilising a slow shutter speed and panning movement, I captured a variety of images using different shutter speeds. I’ve done this in the past with wide angle lenses such as the 17-40mm or 24-70mm but this one was taken with my 500mm! It shows you can do landscape photogrpahy with a supertelephoto! This is one of my favourites and has a very soothing quality about it. Maybe its the smoothness of the scene or just the pastel like colours. I hope you like it as much as I do.
Kota Kinabalu, Borneo, Malaysia, April, 2010.
Canon 1D mkIV with Canon 500mm f/4.0 L IS lens.
I’m selling my digiscoping accessories for my Nikon COOLPIX 4500 that I do not use any more.
There’s always a first for everything and this is no different with a first for Ian Butler Photography in the form of a 2011 calendar!
This calendar was produced on behalf of the Wolverhampton Coronary Aftercare Support Group (WCASG) after being approached by them after a talk I presented to them a few weeks ago on ‘Walking the Malvern Hills in search of Wildlife’.
Specs of the calendar are as follows:
It is an A4, spiral bound, digitally printed calendar, with the inside pages on 170gsm silk, being complimented with a nice thick 350gsm card front and back cover. The images inside feature views of the hills with the wildlife that can be found at different times of year.
January – Barn Owl
February – Snowdrops and Crocuses
March – Red Kite
April – Bluebells
May – Adder
June – Marbled White
July – British Camp
August – Small Tortoiseshell butterfly
September – Autumn maple leaves
October – Red Deer
November – Snow Bunting on Worcestershire Beacon
December – Worcestershire Beacon in snow
Ideal for Christmas presents for your friends and family, the price of the calendars are £5 each with £2.50 P&P for any number of copies.
Heres a few piccies of them.
If you require more information about this calendar please contact Ian either through his website at www.ianbutlerphotography.co.uk or email
ian ‘at‘ ianbutlerphotography.co.uk